Mango-Berry Salad with Ginger Glaze
Here’s a quick and refreshing taste of summer that you can have just about all year round. Feel free to mix and match other types of tropical fruit or berries.
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Baby Greens with Pears, Nuts, and Parmesan
Juicy firm-ripe pears meet the satisfying crunch and sweetness of honey-roasted nuts in this quick and simple salad of baby greens.
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Orange, Beet, and Arugula Salad
Sweet, sour, and peppery all at the same time, this salad is an interesting mix of flavors, textures, and colors.
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If you like tilapia, or even if you “only eat chicken,” then you’ll like flounder as well, a mild-flavored delicate white fish. This simple preparation highlights its clean flavors.
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Orange-Scented Millet with Almonds and Currants
Millet is a protein-rich grain whose flavor is enhanced here by toasting it in a skillet, then combining it with cinnamon, toasted almonds, and currants.
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Cream of Broccoli Soup
Hearty and satisfying, this soup pairs perfectly with a crusty loaf of whole-wheat bread. This soup can be made up to two days ahead; for a thicker consistency, purée all or part of the soup.
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15-Minute Skillet Cassoulet
This quick and hearty French-inspired recipe is loaded with ingredients that are sure to stick to your ribs, but won’t take hours and hours to cook.
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Here’s an interesting idea for a side dish. Hominy, a chewy corn kernel, is best known for its starring role in pozole, a soup reserved for special occasions in Mexican cuisine. Here, it’s packing some heat from poblano peppers and makes for a flavorful and satisfying side. You can substitute milder cubanelle peppers (Italian frying peppers) or bell peppers for the poblanos, if you prefer less heat.
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Tex-Mex Casserole
Here’s a one-pot meal that’s a feast for the eyes. It’s vegetarian, too. Change the beans or cheese to your liking — white or black beans, reduced-fat Cheddar, or Monterey Jack cheeses all work well.
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Roasted Green Beans and Fresh Tomatoes
Try this super simple side dish that takes almost no time to prepare. Green beans and tomatoes have always been a natural pairing, and combined with a little fresh basil, they're even better.
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Hickory-Roasted Bison with Potatoes
Lean, flavorful bison is a great alternative to roast beef in this easy one-pot dish. Serve with a side of salad greens for a balanced meal.
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Apricot-Glazed Turkey and Sweet Potatoes
Are you in a pinch, or maybe just not expecting too many guests? Try this quicker, easier alternative to roasting a whole bird. This recipe is also delicious with orange marmalade instead of the apricot preserves.
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